Metabolism refers to the transformation and consumption process of substances in the human body, which is necessary for the human body to maintain life activities. Research from the IF Center for Nutrition Science Research has shown that metabolic status can be affected by changing your diet and lifestyle.
1. Relationship between dietary structure and metabolic status The influence of the scientific dietary structure on the human metabolic condition is very important. Research by the IF Nutrition Science Research Center shows that poor eating habits with high salt, high sugar and high fat can lead to abnormal metabolic conditions, which can affect human health. In contrast, a healthy diet based on plant-based foods and controlling the intake of oil and sugar helps to maintain normal metabolic conditions and prevent or slow down the occurrence of metabolic-related diseases.
2. Relationship between nutrients and metabolic status The influence of nutrients on the metabolic status of the human body is also very important. According to the IF Nutrition Science Research Center in the United States, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients are involved in energy metabolism, protein synthesis, cell proliferation and other physiological processes. Different kinds of nutrients have different effects on human metabolic status. For example, multivitamin B can promote the metabolism of sugar, fat, protein, and prevent vascular disease. Vitamin D can promote bone growth and boost immunity.
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